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Hypnotherapy Sessions:

A typical session will involve sitting comfortably on a chair while engaging in imagery-work. However, since the primary goal of the session is to bring about change, other means can be taken to achieve that goal - such as breathing patterning, body-awareness and more. You are always an active participant in the session, not merely a passive recipient. You will be guided into trance and be assisted in utilizing it for your own benefits. The average session time is  around 60 minutes (initial consultation is sometimes longer than the preceding sessions). The number of sessions is based upon the program, the nature of the problem and the person. However, hypnotherapy is a goal-oriented, brief and elegant therapy.


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           Hypnotherapy Smoking Cessation   is an effective method in changing  mindsets and negative behaviors associated with smoking. Hypnotherapy helps you towards living a smoke free, healthier life. Quitting smoking is a big challenge for a person to face.   It is wise and appropriate to seek help when help is needed.  Denial and procrastination are your deadly foes when it comes to addiction. The time to quit is now. Make the call.

            Hypnotherapy works by guiding the individual into a deep, relaxed state. During this time, your mind is more open to suggestions and positive changes. During hypnosis the mind is guided to change negative thought patterns and behaviors associated with smoking. Ultimately, creating new lifestyle changes and a reduction of the dependency on smoking and bad habits.​   

             Smoking  is an unhealthy habit that can become an addiction and a burden. Smoking is the most preventable cause of death in the United States, according to the American Heart Association. Smoking is used in many forms, such as cigars, cigarette, pipes, vaping and exposure to secondhand smoke. All forms of smoking are harmful and there is no form of safe or safer smoking.

       Smoking contributes to many diseases and leads to the damage of almost every tissue and organ in the body. Smoking causes the vast majority of lung cancer cases, diabetes, cancer, and diseases of the cardiovascular system including hypertension, blood clots, high cholesterol, and stroke. Smoking also increases the risk of certain pregnancy complications and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).

       Smoking tobacco exposes you to thousands of chemicals, including formaldehyde and cyanide. Those who are in the vicinity of the smoker are also exposed to the same toxins and can experience similar complications of the smoker due to secondhand smoke.

How your body is affected since your last cigarette:

20 minutes: Blood pressure and heart rate return to normal.

12 hours: Carbon monoxide levels return to normal.

24 hours: Mucus build-up starts to clear out of the lungs.

72 hours: Easier breathing and increased energy

1 month: Skin appearance improves

3 to 9 months: 10% improved lung function

1 year: Risk of heart attack falls to about half of that of a smoker

10 years: Risk of lung cancer falls to about half of that of a smoker

15 years: Risk of heart attack falls to that of a non-smoker

Removing smoking from your life promotes many healthy benefits:

More energy

Improved immune system

Longer life expectancy

Better breathing

Less stress

Younger looking skin

     Nicotine is an extremely addictive toxin that affects neurotransmitters in the body’s nervous systems. Nicotine activates dopamine, signaling to the pleasure center of your brain. This is why smoking is physically and mentally addictive and habit forming. It is a large reason why quitting smoking products can be so difficult.

     Using Hypnosis to stop smoking is an effective way to overcome your addiction. Hypnotherapy is not like other methods or treatments. While you are under hypnosis, suggestions are given to your subconscious allowing you to acquire an aversion to smoking. This is reinforced with further suggestions to substitute former patterns with new thought leading to positive behaviors. Ultimately, enabling the ability to overcome stress and the desire to smoke.

     Hypnotherapy for promotes positive life changing habits.  Our  programs are crafted to your individual situation. No two people's addictions or habits are exactly the same. No two brains are identical. Therefore our Hypnosis programs are individualized and specific to you.

       It is smart to get help when help is needed.  Long Island Hypnosis offers that help. End the addition now and end it for life. Make the changes now. Many people put off making the call until it becomes is too late.  Don't be one of these people.  Call now.

      Smokers generally spend years training their mind and body to desire and smoke cigarettes at specific times of the day. Cigarettes become a part of daily customs and situations, even when it may not be fully aware to the smoker. Hypnosis is a powerful tool that can break this ritual habit. Hypnosis can be successful where other methods are not because it curbs more than just the physical addiction, it addresses the root ingrained in your subconscious.

     It is an addiction of the body. An addiction of the brain. A habit is formed. A dependence created. Memories are linked. Sometimes happy memories. Sometimes sad. Sights and smells can become triggers that create a desire. Unconscious feelings outside of our awareness play upon our thoughts. A mood arises. A sadness perhaps. Something lost. Something never acquired. A trigger for a substance.. A need to feel whole. To feel satiated. To feel relieved. Persistence of a thought. A thought that arises. Unexpected. Unanticipated. Often unwelcomed when examined. Addiction is an unconscious drive that lives unnoticed until it hammers a wedge into our conscious mind. There it becomes a feeling. A fear. A drive. A need. Does it know why? Likely not, much of the time. A childlike need for attention. A thought becomes physical with repetition. A physical need. Something we called pain. An addiction. Then a withdrawal. We become aware of the harm being done to us. We try to end this addictive hold on us. We fail. Failure becomes guilt. Guilt is a strong self-loathing emotion. Our affliction has now tripled its already powerful ability to cause us harm and pain.

      Hypnotherapy speaks to the unconscious mind. It gives us freedom from these viscous cycles. Call it healing if you like. Some use words like cure. Hypnotherapy is a practical and effective way of communicating with the complexities of your mind. Both the conscious and most importantly the unconscious mind. And this is why it works.


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Disclaimer: The services we render are held out to the public as non-therapeutic hypnotism,

defined as the use of hypnosis to inculcate positive thinking and the capacity for self-hypnosis. Results may vary from person to person. We do not represent our services as any form of medical, behavioral, or mental health care, and despite research to the contrary, by law we make no health claim to our services.

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